American tennis professional Michael Mmoh has made a big splash on the ATP game already for one so young. Just 20 years of age, the impressive American has seen two ATP Challenger titles come to him already as well as four ITF Futures tournaments, showing a burgeoning trophy case for one with so much inexperience to battle against.
In fact, he has taken part in an impressive 11 finals, winning 8 of them in total. His first title win came as early as age 16, marking him out as one of the most prodigious young talents around. That kind of form makes one sit up and take notice, and the irrepressible form of someone so young yet so calm on the court is hard to miss.
His father, Tony Mmoh, reached as high as 105 on the ATP Rankings back in the day, and was seen as a very good player. His son has built on that career success so far, working under the tutelage of the likes of Alexander Waske. With his arrival in the ATP Top 100 confirmed in October 2018, there is little to put in the way of Mmoh; his rise feels almost unstoppable at this stage.